Batwing, Vol. 4: Welcome to the Family

Batwing Vol Welcome to the Family Once a member of Batman Incorporated and deputized by the Dark Knight himself BATWING the Batman of Africa has quit A new different hero has emerged in his placebut will his actions do harm than

  • Title: Batwing, Vol. 4: Welcome to the Family
  • Author: Jimmy Palmiotti Justin Gray Eduardo Pansica
  • ISBN: 9781401246310
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback
  • Once a member of Batman, Incorporated and deputized by the Dark Knight himself, BATWING, the Batman of Africa, has quit A new, different hero has emerged in his placebut will his actions do harm than good And what is his connection to Bruce Wayne and Gotham City Writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray blaze a fresh new start for the ard hero in BATWING VOL.Once a member of Batman, Incorporated and deputized by the Dark Knight himself, BATWING, the Batman of Africa, has quit A new, different hero has emerged in his placebut will his actions do harm than good And what is his connection to Bruce Wayne and Gotham City Writers Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray blaze a fresh new start for the ard hero in BATWING VOL 4.

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    1. David Zavimbe gets booted out the door and Lucas Fox steps in to become Nightwing. What follows is a story we've all seen before with some hokey villains thrown into the mix. Lucas Fox is basically Bruce Wayne if his parents were still alive. There's a lot of drama between Lucas and his dad because he's not living up to his father's expectations. It's not interesting. As Batwing, Lucas fights these dudes in ant suits and then a lion version of a centaur. It was really dumb. Then there's a half-b [...]

    2. An enjoyable comic. Sad that the first Batwing retired, but good that the other Batwing took his place. I wonder if Luke's will find out he is Batwing.

    3. Bardzo przyjemny tomik. Wraz z Davidem rezygnującym z roli Batwinga, komiks porzuca dramat i powagę na rzecz lżejszego klimatu. Lucas Fox spisuje się świetnie jako bohater tej serii. Nieco gorzej wychodzą mu relacje z rodziną, którą zaniedbuje na rzecz walki z przestępczością, w czym również jest amatorem. Fajna akcja, ciekawe postacie, oby tak dalej.

    4. Reprints Batwing #19-26 (June 2013-February 2014). David Zavimbe’s story has come to an end and a new Batwing is needed. Luke Fox, the son of Bruce Wayne’s closest aide Lucius, is just what Batman is looking for. An MMA fighter with a degree, Luke is also looking to help the world. Christened the new Batwing, Luke is out to fight crime and when he brings down a diamond mine tied to an international crime organization, Batwing finds himself with a target on his back that he cannot shake.Writt [...]

    5. The first Batwing was an honest cop in an otherwise-crooked force in the DRC. A former child soldier, he used Wayne-granted technology to fight crime, warlords, and corruption. He had his own supporting cast and a compelling set of circumstances. I wanted to read, read, and keep reading about David Zavimbe.All of a sudden, he gives up the mantle under weird, ambiguous reasons and Batman dubs Lucius Fox's son Lucas the new Batwing. Lucas is not only a genius and an early college graduate who is a [...]

    6. This book has a lot of different Batman concepts meshed into one- The brand new costume design for Batwing looks very similar to the design of the Arkham Knight character, from the video game. The costume also resembles a suit that we saw in the very first episode of Batman Beyond, that Bruce made, to make up for his failing strength. At one point, we actually do see the Batman Beyond suit in the lab that our main character uses. Why do I bring all of this up? well, I am not sure why they decide [...]

    7. I have to give DC some credit - I think they finally realized that the story they were telling with Batwing wasn't working. The darkness, the environment, all of it made it a very unappealing story. So this is the in-continuity reboot. The first issue wraps up the previous volume's story in a 'neat' bundle, then sends Zavimbe out the door and replaces him with a new character. And to be fair, this incarnation is more relatable, I guess would be the best word for him. Son of Lucius Fox, someone w [...]

    8. Why did we stop following the interesting and rather unique-for-DC story of David Zavimbe version of Batwing? When Batman or Black Canary or any other titular hero has a crisis of conscience we get a couple of longish story arcs detailing what they are going through. But, the black, non-American has a change of heart and he gets dropped? Really? For Lucas Fox? The spoiled rich kid who is bored? Really?Okay, so we have Luke now as Batwing. He fights off 70 armored terrorist thugs. I only counted [...]

    9. Very impressed with the artwork by Eduardo Pansica. A bit like 70's George Perez but updated with 21st Century finishes. Palmiotti and Gray usually churn out top rate stories and they do so again here. This is not a series I've followed but I thoroughly enjoyed this collection which introduces a new Batwing. A perfect jumping on point and I have to admit that I think I might like this one best, of all the current Bat-titles.

    10. A new Batwingt tied to Africa but the Wayne legacy.It would be a nice time to have a JLI, I'm just saying because this Batwing is international!A good story and intro to a new member of the Bat family.

    11. Genius MMA fighter related to the CEO is only slightly less ridiculous but vastly preferable to crusading policeman on a corrupt continent.

    12. Entertaining enough read, though the villains are pretty forgettable, and it's mostly action at the expense of actual depth.

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